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Results 261–280 of 400 for "crown estate" in the 'Written Answers'

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Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Michael Weir: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer under what powers the Crown Estate is entitled to charge a wayleave for a new bridge over the River South Esk at Montrose when a wayleave exists for the current bridge.

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Michael Weir: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer under what powers the Crown Estate is able to charge substantial sums of money from Angus council for the construction of a temporary bridge over the River South Esk at Montrose while a new bridge is being built.

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Michael Weir: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much the Crown Estate has received from local authorities in Scotland in each of the last 10 years as wayleaves for bridges and other public works projects.

Written Answers — Treasury: Wayleaves (19 Apr 2004)

Michael Weir: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what process is used to determine the value of a wayleave charged by the Crown Estate to local authorities in respect of public works projects.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Lancaster House (24 Mar 2004)

Jack Straw: No private functions are held in Lancaster House. However occasionally, on special request, the Crown Estate has allowed Lancaster House to be used for commercial filming. The revenue from this source over the last five years has been set out in the following table: £ 1999 26,000 2000 0 2001 40,000 2002 95,000 2003 7,000 We are actively exploring the...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Lancaster House (24 Mar 2004)

Jack Straw: The lease for Lancaster House with the Crown Estate only permits its use by senior Civil Servants of grades 2 and above for official business. However on special request, the Crown Estate have on occasion allowed commercial filming to take place. We are actively exploring the possibility of greater commercial use of the House in order to offset costs.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Dredging (15 Jan 2004)

Keith Hill: While my right hon. Friend the Deputy Prime Minister is responsible for determining the environmental consents which are needed to support marine dredging licences issued by the Crown Estate, he has no responsibility for the Crown Estate itself or for its royalty revenues from marine minerals dredging. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 30 October 2003, Official Report, column...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Crown Estate (18 Dec 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry how the Energy Bill will change the role of the Crown Estate with regard to (a) seabed control, (b) taxation of marine renewables and (c) planning control of marine renewables.

Written Answers — Transport: Offshore Wind Turbines (15 Dec 2003)

Mr David Jamieson: ...issued by the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities. In considering the second round of bids for site leases, my Department is working with the Department of Trade and Industry and the Crown Estate to help direct offshore renewable energy developments towards areas of the sea associated with low numbers of ship movements. My Department wishes to obtain a full understanding of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Offshore Wind Farm Orders (15 Dec 2003)

Lord Sainsbury of Turville: ...have consulted widely on the proposed development but consultees on the draft orders included the relevant local council, port and water authority, the Chamber of Shipping, Countryside Agency, the Crown Estate, English Heritage, English Nature, Environment Agency, Health and Safety Executive, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Royal Yachting Association, Radiocommunications Agency, RSBP, the...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Power (8 Dec 2003)

Stephen Timms: The process for obtaining approval for the development of an offshore wind farm falls into two main stages. First developers need to obtain a site lease from the Crown Estate. In July 2003, the Crown Estate invited bids for seabed leases for offshore wind in three strategic areas; Thames Estuary, Greater Wash and the North West. The criteria being used to assess bids include the financial...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Wind Farms (4 Dec 2003)

Stephen Timms: ...of the impact of wind turbines. The Bangor study is being carried out on behalf of COWRIE (Collaborative Offshore Wind Farm Research in the Environment), a body which includes members drawn from the Crown Estate, Government, offshore wind farm developers and environmental groups. Before any offshore wind farm can be developed, a number of statutory consents are required—especially under...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much income the Crown Estate has received from rents paid for (a) marinas and (b) piers in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much revenue the Crown Estate has collected from charges levied on cables crossing its land in each year since 1997; and how much the Crown Estate has charged per kilometre of cable laid (a) on the seabed and (b) over ground in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (6 Nov 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 27 October 2003, Official Report, column 38W, on Crown Estate income, how much income has been received by the Crown Estate from rents paid for cables which connect (a) Orkney, (b) Shetland and (c) other Scottish Islands to the UK mainland for each financial year since 1997; and what estimate the Government have made of the...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: Dredging activity offshore is statutorily controlled by a number of bodies including the Crown Estate, coast protection authorities, the Department of Transport, harbour and port authorities, local planning authorities and some private owners of seabed. There is no central record of all types of offshore dredging. However, most marine minerals dredging is licensed by the Crown Estate and I...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: Nearly all marine minerals dredging is licensed by the Crown Estate which informs that no new or extended licences were issued in 1998, 2000, 2001 or 2002 off the coast of Norfolk. In 1999, revised licences were issued for Areas 436 and 202 so that the tonnage to be dredged was not increased. In 2003 an existing licence for Area 254 was extended for a further 15 years.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Coastal Erosion (30 Oct 2003)

Keith Hill: The Crown Estate inform me that its Royalty Income from off the Norfolk Coast was: £ million 1998 4.44 1999 4.77 2000 6.16 2001 5.36 2002 5.29

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (27 Oct 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much income has been received by the Crown Estate from rents paid for cables which use the seabed for each financial year since 1997.

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Income (27 Oct 2003)

Alistair Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much income has been received by the Crown Estate from wind-powered electricity generating installations situated offshore for each financial year since 1997.


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